Corporate, Leadership, Life, Society

Walk the Talk

In a village, there was a middle aged Sadhu (sage) residing in a hut. He was very pious. Villagers respected him and sought spiritual guidance from him regularly. Many would help him and offer their services to seek his blessings. People would gather near his hut under the tree to listen to his discourses and ask about many things that were…

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Education, Family, Leadership, Life

Speak Your Character

On a scorching summer afternoon, the King went for a hunt with his Minister and a few soldiers in the jungle. They wandered for a couple of hour but due to heat the animals were hiding deeper into the woods. The group lost their way in the jungle. The King was thirsty, so he asked his soldiers to look for…

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Education, Family, Life, Society

It Costs Nothing to be Kind.

Three disciples were graduating from their Gurukul after 25 years of Brahmcharyashram. They were getting back to their lives upon completing their education. Guru told them that one of their exams was pending, which he would take as they leave the school. Disciples were waiting for this exam till the final day of departure, but Guru did not take any…

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Family, Life, Society

From Reflection to Reality!

Yesterday morning as I was brushing my teeth and looking into the mirror, a thought occurred to me – What if the reflection that I am seeing becomes a reality? I wondered, what if the person in the mirror comes out and starts living with me in the physical world 24×7 ??? I was pushed by this thought into a…

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Entrepreneurship, Life, StartUp

Alertness: State of Mind

There was a Zen Master who was famous for his teachings about “Alertness”. Many students and disciples used to come to him from far away places. One day the Prince of a nearby kingdom decided to reach out to the Master to be his student. Master was sitting below a tall Redwood tree and meditating. Prince came and bowed to…

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Corporate, Life, StartUp

People: Outside-In & Inside-Out.

“Man is a social animal” and therefore we have to deal with people practically all our lives. Be it a large organisation or a small start-up, challenges associated with leadership, HR, and management revolve around understanding people, their attitude, aptitude, ambitions, approach and activities. We all know that human beings are complex. Difficult to de-code, identify or categorise. It’s tough…

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